BOISE, Idaho – The District 1 Mobility Manager provides a high level of professional transportation expertise to public and private agencies in Northern Idaho.  The District 1 Mobility Manager facilitates implementation of local transportation planning and public outreach and builds partnerships with local officials and organizations to improve mobility options and resources within the District.

“Susan Kiebert brings 35 years’ experience in the field of community organization, public relations and public policy development”, stated Ms. Wheeler.   “She has chaired numerous state and community policy-making Boards, and has served as a spokesman for these groups on the state and national level. Ms. Kiebert has served as a certified mediator and facilitator for the State of Idaho as well as managed a private, non-profit human service agency for 18 years.”  

In 2000, she joined the URS Washington Division team as the Public Involvement Specialist for the project office for the US 95 Sand Creek Byway Project, the first such project- office funded by Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) in the State of Idaho. Prior to this position, Susan served as an intern in the Office of the Majority Leader of the US Senate, staffed interim committees of the Idaho Legislature and co-authored legislation in the areas of Public Transportation, Special Education and State Agency Collaboration. 

“I am very excited to join CTAI to further the mission of improving transportation options in Northern Idaho,” commented Ms. Kiebert.  “Public transportation has always had a special place in my heart and I am thrilled to be in a position where I can assist communities with improving the transportation options available to their residents and visitors.”

Clif Warren who served as District Mobility Manager in District1 for the past three years will be leavingin August to embrace retirement life.


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